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For the past 3 years, I have been extremely drawn to England, particularly the Surrey area. I'll even look at pictures and webcams of that area, and feel such a sense of homesickness when I do. I feel more connected to England than I do the U.S. Where I currently live. It's almost as if I belong there, not here. If I could afford to go visit, I would in a heartbeat. The feelings I get when I look at the cams or pics are unbelievable. I feel sadness, homesickness, yearning, love, etc. I just want to be able to understand why this is happening and why it hasn't left me.

I get all of these "signs" that seem to be pointing me there, but I just can't afford to go. So, I feel lost. The signs come from anywhere, really. Television, online, in movies, and about a year ago I connected with an old friend on Facebook, who just happens to live in England now.

This really all started, and please don't laugh at me when I write this, in 2008 after watching the movie Becoming Jane, which is about Jane Austen. I never had heard of the movie but one morning I turned on my television, and it was on HBO. So, I watched it and that is when the "feeling" began. It was really intense, and it hasn't left. Maybe it doesn't mean anything. Or maybe it does. I don't know.

Does anybody else experience something like this?

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The following comments are submitted by users of this site and are not official positions by psychic-experiences.com. Please read our guidelines and the previous posts before posting. The author, Deb41, has the following expectation about your feedback: I will participate in the discussion and I need help with what I have experienced.

sara213 (1 posts)
 
10 years ago (2011-07-05)
Your story is kind of how I feel about England as well. Thanks for sharing it 😊
Deb41 (1 stories) (3 posts)
 
10 years ago (2011-04-07)
PathR, thank you! I will try that! Your post means a lot to me because you really know what I am going through.
PathR (4 stories) (1266 posts)
 
10 years ago (2011-04-06)
Deb41 I'm from US and live in England, my sister in law lives in Surrey.

My longing came when I arrived in England.
I could feel ancestors whom crossed over as thick as fog and a yearning for the land that left me in tears, I saw signs that pointed toward practicing some old ways, but unable to practice on the land of my people. I am greatful to Creator and ancestors whom have taught and completed me despite me not residing in the land of my ancestors.

A few thoughts: You had a previous life here.
You carry European blood asking you to practice some of the old Celtic ways.
Or as AnneV suggested you may need to set your sights to move here.

If you meditate before falling asleep and ask the confirmation, it will come.
Deb41 (1 stories) (3 posts)
 
10 years ago (2011-04-06)
Adaryn7, I think you hit it right on the nail, the more I think about it. Although at times it feels like I should be there. I have thought about the past life. It would explain the feelings. I have thought about past life regression just so I know about that past life. I've never done it and am a little leery of it.

Anne, I do what to go visit. So maybe I need to start putting away some money. It could be a dream vacation.:) It would be cool to first do the past life regression then maybe I could go to England to do some history of my past.
Adaryn7 (6 stories) (460 posts)
 
10 years ago (2011-04-06)
I think there's a part of all of us, EmmaLeigh, that longs for that connection to nature our modern lifestyles deny us. We live so out of sync with nature, it's no wonder many people are unhappy, depressed, stressed, anxious and/or irritable on a regular basis. Our lifestyles are unnatural and devoid, in many cases, of opportunities for rest, reflection and meditation.

As for your story, Deb41, perhaps you lived a past life in England--it may explain the feelings of homesickness and nostalgia. I've had this experience before myself, and thought for a while that it meant I was supposed to move to that country. However, the signs for me were all wrong, and I realised my wanting to move had more to do with escapism and my soul's nostalgia than with destiny. I'm not saying that this is you, but it's something else to consider. I agree with Anne--if you're meant to go there, then the Universe will make it happen for you when you decide to take the plunge.

Blessed be
Adaryn7
EmmaLeigh (1 stories) (7 posts)
 
10 years ago (2011-04-06)
Something about me has always, even since I was a tiny tiny child, wanted to go live somewhere in the mountains. I don't quit know exactly where, somewhere in the rain forests. I want to live in a little shack, Just a peaceful shack where I can live in peace with animals, and meditate in the sun and rain. I don't know why, my heart and soul just want it. And even tough I'm only 16, I know it will happen someday.
AnneV (4 stories) (1063 posts) mod
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10 years ago (2011-04-05)
Are you sure you can't afford it? I had the same feeling when I lived in California 20 years ago about Washington state. I wanted to live in a log home in the woods. I hated the smog, traffic and shallowness of where I lived in California. When the birds of prey stopped flying overhead I knew it was time to go. But like you, I didn't think I could. But then my sister declared that she's moving to Washington state with her new husband and that's when I decided to take the plunge. I sold everything I owned, which wasn't much, quit my job and said goodbye to my boyfriend. Who would do all that, right? Within three months I was being driven up to Washington state. Now, 20 years later, I am living in my log home in the country with my organic garden, two and a half acres, a wonderful husband and living the life I dreamed of.

If you don't take that plunge, then you may always yearn for that. We desire these things for a reason. Your soul draws you to where you wish to be at a higher level. For some people this is a career path, others it's a place. Follow your heart! I'd rather go there and find out I was wrong then live somewhere and spend the rest of my life longing for it. Even if this means getting a second job or whatever. Make it happen! What is the worst that can happen? You just come back.

Anne

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